Two teenagers travel around India on Maya, orphan Raji's elephant, looking for Terry's father who is assumed to have been killed by a man eating tiger.
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 Terry Bowen (18 episodes, 1967-1968)
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Two teenagers travel around India on Maya, orphan Raji's elephant, looking for Terry's father who is assumed to have been killed by a man eating tiger.

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16 September 1967 (USA)  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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1.33 : 1
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Narrator: Young Terry Bowen arrives in India from America to join his father: great white hunter Hugh Bowen. But Bowen has been lost on a tiger hunt, and is presumed dead... although his body was not found. Convinced his father is alive, Terry escapes the authorities who would ship him back to America. Teaming up with two other fugitives, Raji, an orphaned Indian boy and Maya, his elephant, Terry Bowen searches for his missing father through the strange cities and dangerous ...
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Yes, it was all quite gay, isn't everything?
27 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Amazing how some people read "gay" into just about anything--as if a kid can't cry over losing his friend.

Hardy Boys? Gay, I mean, all those mysteries, had to be gay.

Dirty Dozen? They were all gay. I mean, you gotta be gay in the military, being with all those other guys.

Partridge Family. They were all gay together. I mean, being all together in that bus, and singing to each other. Who sings to each other without being gay? Let's not even go to the Brady Bunch, I mean, the first mom likely killed herself over what that "boys" were doing. And Robert Reed really was gay, so of course everyone in the the show was gay.

I remember when I was 12 and moved away from all my friends. I cried, guess I am gay. Oh wait, some of them were girls. That must make me bi.


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